A shockingly high number of the world’s travel trade associations are lagging in providing animal welfare guidelines to travel companies, our new research reveals. The majority are doing nothing to prevent wildlife cruelty in tourism
On World Tsunami Awareness Day, World Animal Protection is calling on the central government and governments in coastal states and union territories in India to take meaningful steps to reduce the devastating impacts tsunamis have on vulnerable communities and their animals.
Today, to mark International Day for Disaster Reduction, World Animal Protection is urging the central government and all the state governments to ensure that efforts to reduce disaster risk include animal protection are in place.
On World Animal Day today, World Animal Protection is urging the dairy companies to work towards ending cruelty in the dairy sector. A World Animal Protection team recently visited many urban and peri - urban dairies in Delhi and found that the animals were being kept in appalling conditions.
This week we’re celebrating this incredible decision from the International Whaling Commission (IWC). Lost and abandoned fishing gear – ghost gear – is the biggest threat to whales and other marine life
With only four vets in the entire country and an overwhelming population of stray dogs, the welfare situation is serious. We're working towards humane solutions to the issues that cause fear, misunderstanding and a divide between a community and their dogs.